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Gerrard joy as Reds edge a thriller

first_img At the final whistle Reds captain Gerrard looked to the heavens and burst into tears before gathering his team-mates around him into a huddle, no doubt to remind them that this title is not yet won despite this potentially pivotal result. Manager Brendan Rodgers insisted the result of this game would not decide the destiny of the Barclays Premier League title but the Reds have four matches to go and after a 10th successive victory are on a seemingly unstoppable roll. Chelsea, the other title-chasers, visit in a fortnight and a successful negotiation of that fixture would put Liverpool in the driving seat to win a first title since 1990. City still have two matches in hand but this defeat takes things out of their control as they are now seven points off the top. With the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster falling on Tuesday, floral tributes were presented to Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush by City’s Mike Summerbee, Joe Corrigan and Tony Book before the kick-off and there was a ’96 25 Years’ Kop mosaic for the impeccably observed minute’s silence. But the volume inside Anfield was soon cranked up to 11 and a clearly fired-up Luis Suarez was booked early for a late challenge on Martin Demichelis. The Uruguayan’s next intervention was out of the top drawer as his brilliant through-ball put Sterling up against Kompany, the City captain seemingly recovered from his injury scare in training on Saturday. Sterling showed remarkable composure and feinted right, moved left before switching back almost in the same movement and with such speed it left his marker and England goalkeeper Joe Hart so out of position that it created a big gap at the near post in which to drive the ball. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard cried tears of joy as his team moved a step closer to a first league title in 24 years with a thrilling 3-2 win over championship rivals Manchester City at Anfield. Press Association It was the first time City had conceded a Premier League goal inside the first 15 minutes and, after Sterling’s teasing ball had been guided wide of the far post by Daniel Sturridge, there were more good omens for the hosts when City’s star midfielder Yaya Toure was forced off with an injury apparently sustained ballooning a shot into the Anfield Road end. If City were all over the place before he departed they were almost clueless afterwards, allowing Gerrard a free header from a Coutinho corner which Hart superbly tipped over. It only delayed the inevitable as from the resulting Gerrard corner Skrtel easily lost Kompany, nipped in front of Gael Clichy and flicked a header over Hart and inside the far post. The speed of Liverpool’s attacks had City chasing shadows – unfamiliar territory for them – and Coutinho, Suarez and Sturridge combined to almost make it three. When City did pierce Liverpool’s defence Gerrard, excellent in nullifying the first-half threat of Silva, produced the perfect tackle to deny Edin Dzeko inside the area. However, Mamadou Sakho, who kept his place at the expense of a fit-again Daniel Agger, managed to get away with a less precise challenge on the Bosnian as they raced to the byline. Silva’s woeful free-kick driven straight into the wall appeared to suggest Gerrard had succeeded in smothering all the creativity out of the Spain international but, after Sterling and Johnson both cleared from under their own crossbar and Simon Mignolet saved Fernandinho’s volley, it was a different story in the second half. James Milner’s introduction for Jesus Navas five minutes after half-time produced a positive response with the England international combining to allow Silva to expertly round off an incisive passing move from close range. Silva, finding greater freedom, created the equaliser when he drifted left and drilled in a low cross which Johnson diverted past Mignolet. City were now in the ascendancy and Silva should have put them in front when substitute Sergio Aguero, making his first appearance for a month after a hamstring problem, skipped past Skrtel and crossed to him but the Spaniard guided his shot wide. It was to prove costly as a misjudgement by Kompany presented Coutinho with a first-time chance which he drilled past Hart with 12 minutes to go. Liverpool were hanging on going into five minutes of added time and fatigue played its part as Jordan Henderson lunged in on Samir Nasri and was shown a straight red card by referee Mark Clattenburg. They held on and the team huddle at the end, with Gerrard offering his words of wisdom accompanied by chants of ‘We’re gonna win the league’, certainly put a smile on the face of watching owner John W Henry. City now need favours from other teams to if they are to reclaim the title but the day finished in Liverpool’s favour – just. Philippe Coutinho’s strike 12 minutes from time settled a pulsating encounter, which went all the hosts’ way in the first half with goals from Raheem Sterling and Martin Skrtel. However, City showed their resolve to bring it back to 2-2 in the second half as David Silva and a Glen Johnson own goal pulled them level, but a sliced clearance from City captain Vincent Kompany fell kindly to Coutinho to rifle in the decisive fifth goal of the match. last_img read more

Broncos, D-lineman Christian Covington agree to 1-year deal

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos have agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent defensive lineman Christian Covington on a one-year contract.Covington played for the Dallas Cowboys last year after spending four seasons with the Houston Texans, who selected him in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL draft.In 66 games, including 15 starts, Covington has 93 tackles, 8½ sacks, two pass breakups and a forced fumble. Associated Press Broncos, D-lineman Christian Covington agree to 1-year deal April 28, 2020center_img He started a career-best six games for the Cowboys last season, when he had 28 tackles, including 20 solo stops, to go with one sack and a pass breakup.Covington’s deal came a day after the Broncos waived two defensive linemen who had signed futures contracts: Jay-Tee Tuili and Deyon Sizer, along with tight end Bug Howard and safety Tyvis Powell.After selecting 10 players in the draft, the Broncos agreed to terms over the weekend with seven undrafted college free agents, including defensive back Essang Bassey and wide receiver Kendall Hinton of Wake Forest.The others are: Western Michigan running back LeVante Bellamy, Texas Tech safety Douglas Coleman III, Tarleton State wide receiver Zimari Manning, Central Arkansas tackle Hunter Watts and Vanderbilt quarterback Riley Neal.___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLlast_img read more

Weekend tourney brings stiff competition

first_imgBEN CLASSON/Herald photoThis weekend, the Wisconsin volleyball team is looking to cash in on another tournament win as it heads to the University of Nevada-Las Vegas’ Invitational. Last weekend, the No. 10 Badgers, who moved up three spots in the AVCA Coaches Poll, won three straight matches to take the Kentucky Classic with a decisive three-game sweep against the hosting Kentucky Wildcats. The Badgers were once again led by junior outside hitter Brittney Dolger, who had 39 kills throughout the tournament and was named tournament MVP. “We were really proud of the way we played,” senior middle blocker Audra Jeffers said. “We played some really good teams. So to come out with a win was great for us. You know, there are always improvements that need to be made, but we were really satisfied.”  The tournament in Kentucky gave the Badgers a chance to finally get into competitive play and begin to mesh as a team. Last weekend’s matches allowed the Badgers to gain some momentum to go into a tournament featuring some tougher opponents.  “We have become more feisty, I guess,” Dolgner said. “Coming off of a good weekend of wins, we have brought along an attitude where we don’t want to let up.”  This week in practice, the Badgers have been trying to solidify their lineup and the defense in preparation for this weekend’s tournament. Jeffers said the team was also working on passing and different blocking schemes to challenge the new opponents. “We have been trying to solidify our defense, especially our blocking,” head coach Pete Waite said. “I think we had a few holes in the block last week, and we have a system when there are times where we want to get our middle blockers out to the outside. They did a good job of improving it.” On Friday, the Badgers will have a chance to square off against UNLV. The Rebels are 1-2 going into their home tournament after losses to Dayton and South Carolina in the Arizona State Tournament last weekend. UNLV is led by junior outside hitter Jessica Walters, who leads the team with 60 kills and averages 4.62 per game. The Badgers have yet to see the Rebels play, which may serve as a disadvantage for UW heading into the matchup. Waite said his team was able to watch a little tape on them but was not able to fully scout them. But, he said, the Badgers have the same advantage over the Rebels. “I think we can go out there and surprise them a little bit with what we got because they don’t have a chance to scout us,” Waite explained. On Saturday, the Badgers face off against University of Miami (OH) from the Mid America Conference and Sunday against Cal State-Fullerton, who present one of the biggest challenges to Wisconsin because of its unique style of play, which comes from experience with beach volleyball. “They are better on defense from playing beach volleyball. They can see the court a lot better for seeing better,” Dolgner noted.  This weekend, look for the Badgers to continue working on solidifying their starting lineup and for role players to have vital roles in each game. Last weekend, freshman Janelle Gabrielsen and sophomore Nikki Klingsporn combined for 106 assists, helping the Badgers overcome the loss of former setter and All-American Jackie Simpson. “She is the kind, athletically, can get up in the middle and bang the ball,” Waite said of Gabrielsen. “She can hit quick sets, she can hit high on the right. She is great on anticipating balls on defense, too.  She will not sit there and dig balls that are at her, but she will chase balls that are 10 to 15 feet away. That’s the sign of a great player when they have great court IQ and can see it before it happens.” Next weekend, after playing two weekends on the road, the Badgers will finally get a chance to play for their home crowd in the InnTowner Invitational at the UW Field House. “What we are excited about is getting the students out here,” Waite said. “You know, the students have such a blast here. We get hundreds and hundreds of students, and that is better than any team in the conference. They just do a great job of harassing the opponents and distracting them from their game. We have a lot of fun watching them.”last_img read more

Campus construction continues into the fall

first_imgIn the fall, students will return to several capital construction projects, which are scheduled for completion. These include the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience, MyFigueroa Project, a 24-hour Starbucks which will replace Café 84 and the USC Village. The Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience is a $50 million project funded by retired orthopedic surgeon and philanthropist Gary Michelson and his wife Alya Michelson. It will span 190,000 square feet on Childs Way, making it the largest building on campus after its completion in December. The building will contain shared labs, a nanofabrication facility and a suite of microscopy imaging for 30 principal investigators and hundreds of researchers and students.“[The Michelson Center] is a University-wide umbrella for all at USC who want to leverage scientific collaboration to improve human health,” ,” wrote Steve Kay, provost professor of neurology, biomedical engineering and biological sciences, in an email to the Daily Trojan. “[It] will welcome undergraduates and graduate students alike from all disciplines to participate in discovery and invention.” Kay will lead the center beginning this Fall.The center aims to make advances in the medical field by innovating biomedical devices, discovering drugs, and inventing new materials, among other innovations.“Someone will emerge as the biotech capital of the world,” Gary Michelson said in a promotional video for the project. “L.A. is one of those places that’s in a position to have this happen. At USC, [t]here is an opportunity to actually have our answer.”Along with the Michelson Center, Figueroa Street is currently undergoing a streetwide construction effort that aims to transform Figueroa Street, from downtown L.A. to Exposition Park, into a multimodal pathway that more safely and conveniently accommodates pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders and drivers. The Los Angeles Department of Transportation, which is in charge of locally managing the project, hopes to decrease injury crashes between motor vehicles and cyclists by turning a portion of the three-mile roadway into a protected bikeway. They also hope to make the experience of pedestrian and transit riders more enjoyable by adding better signalization, higher visibility crosswalks, transit platforms, foliage and public art. The MyFigueroa Project will be completed this June. In addition, Bridge Hall will undergo a $15 million renovation. It will be funded by trustee Thomas Barrack Jr., and will be renamed Barrack Hall. The project aims to accommodate the USC Marshall School of Business’ 15 international programs by creating new research centers, classrooms, offices and communal areas.“The Barrack family’s exceptionally generous gift will bolster our Marshall School of Business and its faculty and students, and revitalize one of the school’s key facilities for generations to come,” said USC President C. L. Max Nikias in a previous statement to USC News.last_img read more

College football picks, Week 11: Alabama wins ‘Game of the Century’ over LSU; Penn State stays unbeaten

first_imgGet the latest NCAA odds & betting advice at Sportsbook ReviewOther games of note this week include No. 18 Iowa at No. 16 Wisconsin in a game of huge importance for the Big Ten West. Then there’s the question of whether No. 9 Oklahoma can rebound against Iowa State, or if No. 11 Baylor can keep its undefeated season alive against TCU.We at Sporting News are 62-12 through 10 weeks of the college football season thanks to another strong outing in Week 10, in which we went 7-1. With that, SN’s picks for the Week 11 slate of games (lines provided courtesy of Sportsbook Review as of Tuesday, Nov. 5, at noon ET):No. 22 Wake Forest (-2) at Virginia TechWake Forest plays No. 4 Clemson the week after its trip to Virginia, but don’t expect the Demon Deacons to get caught looking ahead, especially against a team that nearly scored a major upset against Notre Dame on Saturday. Dave Clawson’s offense averages 510.6 yards and 38.0 points per game, which suggests it can take advantage of a Hokies defense that gives up more than 400 yards per game. That said, quarterback Jamie Newman (2,059 passing yards, 20 touchdowns, five interceptions) must be careful considering Tech notched three turnovers against the Fighting Irish.Pick: Wake Forest 38, Virginia Tech 31No. 20 Kansas State at Texas (-7)Texas would love nothing more than to get back on track with a win over ranked Kansas State after a 37-27 loss to TCU, against whom quarterback Sam Ehlinger threw more interceptions (four) and touchdowns (two). Kansas State, meanwhile, took care of business against rival Kansas, walloping the Jayhawks 38-10 in Lawrence. Wildcats coach Chris Klieman has this team playing with great energy, but Tom Herman should have no issue motivating his team to show up in a big way after their last embarrassment. The Longhorns use the sting of their last loss and the bye week to score a big win.Pick: Texas 35, Kansas State 27No. 15 Notre Dame (-8) at DukeThe Fighting Irish narrowly avoided disaster in a 21-20 comeback win over Virginia Tech. Now they face a Blue Devils team coming off consecutive losses in which it couldn’t score more than 17 points in either game. Quarterback Ian Book will have to be more careful with the ball after throwing two picks and losing a fumble against the Hokies. He should be able to do that against a Blue Devils defense that has given up an average of 206 passing yards per game and 13 passing touchdowns on the season.Pick: Notre Dame 35, Duke 20No. 11 Baylor (-1.5) at TCUBaylor survived its first game as the lone unbeaten Big 12 team, but it will need to be better after a subpar 17-14 win over West Virginia. The Horned Frogs have won four straight games in this series since losing 61-58 in 2014, and they are the first major hurdle for the Bears’ unbeaten streak. The Bears have allowed 18.5 points per game this season, tops in the Big 12. That includes 21 points per game in conference play, impressive considering the league’s usual offensive proficiency. The Bears can win this if they play to their strengths, but they can’t get caught looking ahead to Oklahoma next week.Pick: Baylor 31, TCU 27WEEK 11 PROJECTIONS: Bowls | PlayoffIowa State at No. 9 Oklahoma (-14.5)The Sooners have had two weeks to stew over their shocking upset loss against Kansas State, so look for Lincoln Riley’s squad to come out swinging for the fences. Oklahoma has gotten a tough game from the Cyclones the last two seasons, including a 38-31 loss in Norman in 2017. Iowa State has given up more than 27 points just once this season, against Oklahoma State two weeks ago. The Sooners will be the second team to break that mark — in a win.Pick: Oklahoma 42, Iowa State 21No. 18 Iowa at No. 16 Wisconsin (-9.5)Wisconsin is out of the Playoff race, but it’s not out of the running for the Big Ten West championship yet. That must start with a win over an Iowa team that has been impressive, defensively, all season, giving up 11.5 points per game in Big Ten play. That includes an impressive 87.8 rushing yards allowed per game. That’s the challenge for Jonathan Taylor (1,009 rushing yards, 15 touchdowns) and Jack Coan (1,491 yards, 10 touchdowns, two interceptions). The Badgers must be able to win with Coan (which, to their credit, they did against Michigan State). Chryst and Co. get back on track in typical Big Ten fashion.Pick: Wisconsin 20, Iowa 17No. 5 Penn State (-7) at No. 13 MinnesotaA pair of undefeated conference foes face off in what would easily be the game if it weren’t for that pesky SEC matchup in Tuscaloosa. The Gophers enter this game having outscored their last four opponents (Illinois, Nebraska, Rutgers, Maryland) by a combined score of 170-41. Penn State hasn’t been as dominant on the scoreboard, but the Nittany Lions have the advantage of knowing how to win grind-it-out games against Iowa and Michigan. Penn State has the nation’s second-best rush defense (68.4 yards per game) and a pair of defensive ends in Shaka Toney and Yetur Gross-Matos who have 5.5 sacks apiece. If Minnesota running backs Mohamed Ibrahim and Rodney Smith (1,196 combined rushing yards, 13 touchdowns) have trouble piercing the Nittany Lions’ front seven, then the Gophers could be in trouble. Sean Clifford turns in an efficient outing to lead Penn State to 9-0 on the season. Week 11 of the college football season is here, and it offers two massively impactful games when it comes to the College Football Playoff.The first is the Big Noon Kickoff between No. 5 Penn State and No. 13 Minnesota, followed by the “Game of the Century” between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama. Pick: Penn State 27, Minnesota 17No. 1 LSU at No. 2 Alabama (-6)The game of the week also happens to be the “Game of the Century.” Don’t expect it to be as low-scoring as the last time the Tigers and Tide met as the top two teams in the country (a 9-6 win for No. 1 LSU in Bryant-Denny). Alabama’s eight-game win streak in this series hinges on whether Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa can play and, assuming he does, if he will be at 100 percent. Regardless of who starts at quarterback, receivers Jerry Jeudy, DeVonta Smith, Henry Ruggs and Jaylen Waddle will have to make plays against a secondary that includes Derek Stingley Jr. and Grant Delpit (but will be without linebacker Michael Divinity). Joe Burrow and his receiving tandem of Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase should have no problem making plays against a young Alabama defense that has been subject to several blown assignments in the second level this year. Even so, Burrow will need to be mindful of Patrick Surtain Jr. and Trevon Diggs, who have been impressive this season in Alabama’s secondary. It will be close, but it’s hard to pick Alabama coming off a bye week in what should be an amazing atmosphere in Tuscaloosa.Pick: Alabama 38, LSU 35last_img read more

Quick start powers Knights to 6-4 victory over Leafs

first_imgThree first period goals, including one by former Leaf Tanner Burns, sparked the North Okanagan Knights to a 6-4 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Nelson Leafs Friday at the NDCC Arena.The Knights, leaders of the Doug Birks Division with a 9-2-0-1 record, scored a power play goal four minutes into the contest and never looked back.Marty Saharchuk, scoring with the man advantage, Steven Pantazopoulos and Burns, with seven seconds left in the opening frame, gave the Knights a lead Okanagan squad would not relinquish.Down 3-0 after one,  Nelson tried to fight back, outscoring the Knights 3-2 in the second on two goals by captain Colton Schell and a single from Bryce Nielsen.However, the early hole was took big to climb out as the Knights matched the Leafs goal for goal.Owen Barker, Derek Andrews and Mat Lambert also scored for North Okanagan. Matthew Naka, finishing the game with two points, had the other Nelson goal. Schell led Nelson with three points.The Leafs peppered Knights goalie Dustin Nikkel with 30 shots while Cody Boeckman faced 21 in a losing cause.Nelson, losers of two straight, will try to bounce back Saturday as the Leafs host the lowly Grand Forks Border Bruins at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.The Bruins have one win in 14 games.Sunday, the Leafs travel to Spokane to meet the Braves.Nelson defeated Spokane in the only previous meeting between the two clubs, a 7-4 win October 6 at home.last_img read more

You can lead a boat to water, but can you make it perform?

first_imgSAN FERNANDO – They built their boat with little more than sheets of plywood, screws, batteries and teamwork. For the 11 students in Dana Neill’s Advanced Placement environmental studies class at San Fernando High School, this weekend’s annual Solar Cup competition means a chance to see if natural energy will keep their hard work afloat, and if the sun’s rays will help glide their 16-foot boat to victory. “The whole mechanics of it is complicated because everything is made from scratch,” Neill said. Students were instructed to build a 16-foot shell, then figure out how best to install solar panels, batteries, electrical systems, drivetrains, propellers and rudders. “We almost blew out the electrical (system), but in the end, it gave the students an amazing sense of accomplishment,” Neill said. “It taught us about other ways to use resources,” said Andres Fuertes, the team’s skipper, who will be piloting the boat through competitions that include a 35-step boat inspection, a race through a 1.6-kilometer, asymmetrical course in a 90-minute endurance test, and a 200-meter drag race on water. The team, made up of a majority of girls, also had to compile a technical report to accompany its entry. Neill’s students are the only team within the Los Angeles Unified School District to enter the annual solar-powered boat competition sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and now in its fifth year. Their entry was made possible through a grant they received from the city of San Fernando. More than 800 students from 41 schools in Southern California are competing in the three-day event, which kicks off today at Lake Skinner, near Temecula. “This is truly a story of hard work, determination, teamwork and intellect,” said Solar Cup coordinator Julie Miller. “What also is inspiring is the camaraderie. Even though high school teams are competing against one another, they also will pitch in to help each other.” Winning teams will be announced on Sunday. susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Experts discuss minority dropouts

first_imgMONTEREY PARK – Admitting that there’s a problem with high school dropouts in California is a good first step, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell said Monday. Speaking at a workshop presented by the Latino Journal at East Los Angeles College, O’Connell said California’s graduation rate ranges from 30percent to 86 percent, depending on the formula used. “We do not know exactly what the dropout rates are in California, but I want to tell you this: they’re too high and that’s unacceptable,” he said. At a workshop titled, “Addressing The School Dropout Crisis in California,” educators, elected officials and researchers discussed dropout rates for Latino and African-American students and possible solutions. In the summer, the Sacramento-based Latino Journal will hold more workshops and a summit to discuss strategies and public policy. O’Connell said schools need to make sure all students can be problem solvers, analyze information and think critically. Even so-called blue-collar jobs now require the same level of critical thinking, reading and comprehension as white-collar jobs, according to O’Connell. It’s no longer appropriate for high schools to offer two tracks – college or non-college, he said. Instead, schools should have rigor and relevance in all classes. “We need to design programs so each student can reach his or her maximum potential,” he said. It’s OK for someone to not go to college, O’Connell said. But it’s not OK for a student to not have the option or not be prepared to be a contributing member of the global economy, he said. Adolfo Mediano, a board member of Riverside County Office of Education, said education starts at home. “We need to educate parents as to how valuable education is for their children’s welfare, for their future,” Mediano said. Susan Heredia, director at large of the Hispanic California School Boards Association, said school districts need to have a strategic goal and make sure their resources and money are going toward meeting that goal. Elected officials shouldn’t just be rubber stamping every recommendation that comes across their table, she said. They should also closely study what they’re doing and the programs they offer, she said. Sometimes, board members “need to have the courage to say that this isn’t good enough,” Heredia said. esther.chou@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2513 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

There’s a heavenly prize for day THREE of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways!

first_imgTo celebrate our continued success as well as the arrival of our new sister site, www.donegalwoman.ie, we’re bringing you an amazing giveaway.As an early Christmas present to our readers, we are hosting the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway!Every second day from now until December 24th, we will be offering an unbelievably good prize. Our second prize was a €100 voucher for Century Cinemas and three month admission to Century Play. Congratulations to Ciaran Mclaughlin for winning the prize!Our third prize is from the award-winning, family-owned 4-star Silver Tassie Hotel & Spa outside Letterkenny.You could win a delightful One Night of Heaven, which includes dinner, B&B overnight stay and spa treatment.This package for two gives you the chance to unwind with a relaxing break and enjoy the following: An Overnight Stay in one of the Silver Tassie’s “Wild Atlantic Way” themed bedroomsA €70 voucher redeemable in the beautiful Seascape Spa3 Course table d’hote dinner in the Silver Tassie restaurantComplimentary Pass to the local “Aura Swimming Pool” in LetterkennyChoose a DVD from the complimentary DVD LibraryFull Irish Breakfast the following morningThis luxurious overnight package is available to book for €199 per couple, see below for all the details on how you can win this fabulous prize.This competition is open to all our readers, and there are multiple ways to enter. Each entry on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Email counts as one, so the more you do the more chances you have of being the lucky winner.This competition is open from 5pm today (Monday, 5th December) to 12noon Wednesday (7th December).Here’s how you can enter on all Donegal Daily and Donegal Woman platforms:Facebook: Find the competition post pinned to the top of the Donegal Daily or the Donegal Woman Facebook page.LIKE the postLIKE the Donegal Daily and the Donegal Woman Facebook pageSHARE the postTAG a friendTwitter:Visit @donegaldaily and @dglwomanRETWEET the competition tweet pinned at the top of the pageFOLLOW @donegaldaily and @dglwomanInstagram:Visit @donegaldaily or @donegalwomanLIKE ♥ the competition image for Silver Tassie Hotel & SpaFOLLOW @donegaldaily and @donegalwomanEmail:Simply send a mail to donegalcompetitions@gmail.comPut SILVER TASSIE GIVEAWAY in the subject titleTerms & conditions apply. The overnight stay is valid Sunday-Thursday and subject to availability. Good luck! There’s a heavenly prize for day THREE of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways! was last modified: December 5th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Competitionsgiveawayssilver tassie hotel & spalast_img read more